This work aims to illustrate the way gender lies in our head rather than our physical body, it's in our thoughts and feelings. The figure is dressed androgenously and their hair is cut out, further removing the typical physical markers of gender binaries we typically look for to determine someone's gender. With classic red lips behind the figure and a science-like scene behind that, there is a juxtaposition in the background that calls attention to the idea that gender is manufactured, and goes beyond biological binaries (which themselves erase the existence of intersex people.) Another juxtaposition in color between the blue, structured jacket and red lips also points to the colors associated with the binaries of woman and man. The green in the background with the bald figure creates an alien-like feeling, further removing the figure from any one gender binary.